March Madness goes from the second week of March through the first week of April. Whether you just enjoy within the games or you have selected your bracket; we have the list of local are spots to dine, watch, or have fun!
Church Hall, Tin Shop’s Georgetown beer hall serving craft beer and elevated pub food will open early at noon for rounds one and two of March Madness. During the March Madness games, Church Hall will offer $4 Miller Lite and $5 Sierra Nevada Hazy Little Thing IPA, and three different wing platters (Buffalo style, Mambo style, and BBQ style) The wing platters are available in three sizes, $40 for 50, $60 for 75, and $75 for 100, with ranch and blue cheese dipping sauces.
Franklin Hall, Tin Shop’s American beer hall located in the historic Manhattan Laundry building will be open for all March Madness games and will serve Narraganset pints and liters for $4 and $8, respectively, during any March Madness game.
Highline RxR, Tin Shop’s Crystal City beer hall and restaurant will feature a 75 cent wing special during all March Madness games, available in orders of 8 during March Madness. They will also offer $3 Highline Pils and $5 Parkway Amber during games. The bar features a full food menu, two bar areas, board games, a tic tac toe game where patrons can win money, and a patio bar looking over Crystal Drive.
Jack Rose Dining Saloon is once again celebrating March Madness, with a brand new "Highballin’ Happy Hour" series throughout the tournament, from March 20 – April 8. The next best thing to sitting courtside, Jack Rose will air games on their lively, heated rooftop terrace, featuring $9 Highball cocktail specials, $5 drafts and half-priced sliders. Jack Rose will air games (during business hours) on the covered terrace's four large flat screen TVs, while serving up $9 Highball cocktail specials, such as a Rickey-inspired gin and lime highball and a mojito-inspired rum and mint highball from 5 pm to the end of the games. You can enjoy half-priced sliders such as the Mushroom Po’ Boy with truffle mayo, lettuce and crispy shallots ($10; $5 during HH); the Oyster Po’ Boy with remoulade and sliced iceberg ($12; $6 during HH); the Cajun Grilled Chicken Sliders with house-made pickles and Bibb lettuce ($11; $5.50 during HH); the Lamb Merguez Sliders with pickled red onion and harissa mayo ($13; $6.50 during HH); and the Little Jack Burgers ($11; $5.50 during HH) with pimento cheese, pickles and lettuce.
Taco Bamba: At the bar at Taco Bamba Chinatown, which sports three widescreen televisions, Taco Bamba will be accompanying the first two days of March Madness with the return of its nacho cheese fountains last seen on New Years. Available 21 and 22 only at Taco Bamba Chinatown.